I purchased My Tundra in April of 2003.
So far I have accumulated over 38,000
miles on this vehicle. I have used this
truck for light hauling, towing, highway
driving, transporting passengers, and
many other things. This is a quality
sound vehicle that I have enjoyed fully.
After test driving other trucks such as
(FORD,DODGE,GMC, and CHEVY) the Tundra
by far was the BEST choice for ME. This
is a sound vehicle that just flat beat
the competition. After three decades
the BIG THREE still cannot build a
quality truck for the consumer. For
those that complain about the TUNDRA,
remember this vehicles history is less
than 5 years old.
Driving position, center console, smooth
acceleration, powerful V-8 engine,
locking tailgate, Quality, Quality,
Quality... The chrome front with the
back in the day OLD style GMC look,
Take the Govenor off; Let the power
loose. Vibration at 80 MPH or so.
Replaced 245 series tires with 265
series (MICHELIN) NO MORE VIBRATION....
Add running boards as a standard
feature. Help me convince my wife to
drive her car and not MY TUNDRA.
Overall it's an excellent vehicle, with
mileage a bit low but expected to be
such (averaging 16 mpg). After 15,000
miles, I've had no maintenance
problems. Smooth ride, great brakes.
The bed is plenty big, but the back
seat is too cramped for anyone to ride
All the creature comforts for the
driver and front passenger; the smooth
ride; the bed, for the dog & boards &
supplies & on & on & on.
Make the bed 2 inches shorter, giving
the rear seat the extra 2 inches.
Vertical sliding rear window on Access
It is nice not to know any service
writers although Precision is a great
dealership. The truck rides better
than the Avalon and hauls what I need
it to. Most of the larger trucks, the
so called heavy duty, are great for
just that, however, the majority of
the miles call for comfort and